Posted by Lolo
I would advise you to use the media:content for the youtube link and the item.link for your link. the W3 consortium has made their job to think up what might be needed in variety of web formats, including RSS feeds, and to provide dedicated fields in the formats' specification.
If your link is stripped in the description, it's because it has no business there. Check in the xmlns (see this thread ) to be sure.
I see you already begun trying to use this but I'd like to highlight a few points:
you have to fill-in the type so the browser/feed reader/... knows that it is a youtube video and how to read it, thankfully the youtube API provides it in item.loop:fetch.media:group.media:content.type;
you should use the video url instead of the video's page url to embed it in the feed, as you searched for it (the format=5 in the search url).
Posted by Inf
I have created a pipe that list upcoming concerts, based on a feed. This feed also provides a item.link for more details on the event. Using the artist's name, I then created a YouTube link so users can view a sample of the artist's songs. I would like to include both links (item.link and YT link) in my final RSS builder, but it only lets me use one. To get around this, I set the link in the RSS builder to the YT link, and added the item.link to item.description (using string builder). When I run the debug, it works and you can see that the text in the description is a hyperlink.
However, when I run the pipe, the description is plain text. Is it possible to create an URL inside the description? If not, is there another way where I can have two URLs for the same item?
Thanks in advance for your help!
QuestionMark.js : A keyboard shortcuts modal for your App
26 Mar 2014 05:39 am | Anonymous
When the user pushes the ? key, QuestionMark.js triggers a modal window that displays keyboard shortcuts for your app — similar to what happens on Twitter, Gmail, GitHub, etc. The modal is removed when the ESC key is pushed or the user clicks behind the modal.
I think every app that has keyboard shortcuts should do this. This could also be a generic ‘help’ menu for the app, but that would require some tweaking to the code and the CSS. For now, this works primarily as a shortcut keys menu.
Treelistfilter : jQuery plugin support filtering on Hirerarchy Tree
26 Mar 2014 05:18 am | Anonymous
Simple jQuery plugin to support filtering hierarchy tree which is created by unordered list (<ul>) or ordered list (<ol>). With specified input element (<input>), only list item, which contains the typed text, and its parents will be displayed.